[FoRK] Radical Longevity

Stephen D. Williams <sdw at lig.net> on Tue Apr 24 18:42:51 PDT 2007

Albert S. wrote:
> --- Tom Higgins <tomhiggins at gmail.com> wrote:
> ...
>> So yea, life extension is all good and all that ,
>> but the quality of
>> that life had better be a damn sight better than
>> what we are currently
Life could be pretty easy for most of the human race if they had the 
education, really internalized it, and fixed all of their broken 
cultural systems, including religion.  The first world doesn't make 
things clear enough to third world people and they don't understand how 
the magical-seeming first world works.  China and India seem to be the 
only ones that really get it, and even there is probably a tiny minority 
who are cranking out everything.
>> getting in many of the hot spots of this world or
>> what we are going to
>> wind up with is very old very wealthy ruling classes
>> pushing the under
>> 80 crowd around like pawns in chess.
> Another good point, with radical longevity wealth
> might concentrate in those who had been around
> longest.
"Holy Fire" covers a lot of this.  The solution there was that only the 
valuable, straight-laced, no-self-destructiveness were able to be reborn 
through a cell-by-cell scrubbing / regeneration, making them teenagers 

> Albert

More information about the FoRK mailing list